Book Reviews
Unbiased reviews of books by women writers in India and/or stories revolving around strong female characters.
Soha Ali Khan
Soha Ali Khan Wows Us With Witty Words In Her Memoir: The Perils Of Being Moderately Famous

The Perils Of Being Moderately Famous is an aptly named memoir by the very witty and down-to-earth Soha Ali Khan. Must read!

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A MONSTER List Of Women Writers Rewriting Indian Epics, Re-Defining Familiar Characters And Narratives
rewriting Indian epics

Rewriting Indian epics done by these women writers have brought to us the stories of women and other minor characters in these stories. A MONSTER list for you.

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Austenistan: 7 ‘Desi’ Stories, Inspired By The Jane Austen We Love

A collection of Jane Austen inspired stories from Pakistan, Austenistan is an enjoyable read, especially for the Austen lover.

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Shobhaa De’s Newest Offering ‘Seventy And To Hell With It’ Is A Delightful, No Holds Barred Romp [#BookReview]
seventy and to hell with it

Seventy And To Hell With It. The title itself shows the bindaas attitude that Shobhaa De shows in most of her writing, though this book is a bit different.

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Sutapa Basu’s Padmavati Tells Her Own Story, An Empowered Tale Of A Legendary Queen [#BookReview]
Sutapa Basu

Wouldn't you want to know what went on in Padmavati's mind? What if the doomed queen herself were to narrate her story? Sutapa Basu lets us know in her outstanding book.

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Forced Into Submission By Lady Lithe: A Dark Sinful Indulgence That Is Completely Worth It [#BookReview]
Forced Into Submission

Forced Into Submission by Lady Lithe is not just erotica, it has a great plot that will keep you riveted beyond the sex scenes. A must read!

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